Fantasy basketball winners and losers from James Harden trade to Clippers

Early Tuesday, James Harden was dealt to the Los Angeles Clippers. It's a major trade for both the Association and fantasy football. Here is what you need to know.

He was selected Eastern Conference Player of the Week after averaging 30.3 points, 6.7 rebounds, 6.3 assists, 4.6 threes, and 1.0 stocks

in three games while shooting 50/56/91. He's been an excellent facilitator, with a crazy assist-to-turnover ratio of 19:3. With Harden gone, 

 he'll emerge as not only the leading candidate for Most Improved Player, but also a candidate for his first All-Star squad.

He is by far the greatest winner in this trade and will be a valuable asset in all formats in the future.

Congratulations if you caught him in his preseason free fall. The saga comes to a conclusion sooner than many expected,

and you now have a guy capable of averaging 20 points and 10 assists back in your lineups. Assisting with PG13 and Kawhi shouldn't be 

 an issue, but his scoring has fallen in six consecutive seasons, which worries me. Still, he's on a tryout contract, he's back in LA (his hometown)

and he got his desire for where he wanted to play. We should see a motivated Beard, which has always been beneficial in fantasy basketball.

Westbrook concluded last season as a top-100 player in category formats and has had a strong start to this season.

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